The Philadelphia Museum of Art is one of the largest art museums in the United States. We have world-class collections, exhibitions, programs...and some pretty well-known steps.
Beautiful grounds. Beautiful building. Lots of history. A must see while in Philly.
Very interesting rooms where they've imported entire floors, doorways, walls to add to the art experience.
Could spend forever here! Loved this place!!!
FABULOUS art museum! It took me 8 years to get inside, and when I did I never wanted to leave.
Nice to walk around the grounds. They have regular events, too.
Fantastic museum - you could easily spend a full day or so here. The modern European collection of impressionists was breathtaking...
Feel yourself as Rocky Balboa😜😜
This is one of the largest art museums in the United States, with more than 227,000 pieces but a big attraction for its annual visitors is the 25 or more special exhibitions it puts on each year.
You need to take a picture with Rocky. A must. Gorgeous impressionist pieces.
They offer sketch books you can borrow for free
Apparently it is illegal to pee in the bushes outside.
A must-see museum for anyone who has any interest in art. Wonderful collections of Asian, European and American Art. Great collection of paintings and a lot of American furniture and medieval armor.
Pay what you wish on first Sunday's and every Wednesday after 5. Coat check is free and they honor student IDs.
It's a classic. Formidable collection of European paintings.
Best times are Wednesday nights (pay-as-you-wish) and Friday nights ("Art After 5" dance party, with a different live music genre every week!)
Friday after Five concerts are awesome!
Amazing photography exhibit. Really enjoyed the breadth of the collection.
Who cares about what's inside? The best part is Rocky's steps.
Lots of great pieces by Van Gogh, Monet, Cezanne, Picasso, Pollock and lots of different pieces from all over the world.
Beautiful! But a bit expensive for tickets... I would suggest going on a weekend where you can get in free with a Bank of America card (usually first full weekend of the month)
This museum is amazing.
Saw the fashion exhibition. Pay what you wish First Sundays is a great deal.
Pay what you can admission on the first Sunday of each month.
A great escape...you'll never see it all in one trip...
Went to Wednesday Nights to learn 'How to Brew Beer'
Richard Pousette-Dart exhibit
Very extensive impressionist wing. Cool rooms filled with history. Never the same old same okd
Los miércoles despues de las 5pm y todos los primer domingo del mes la entrada es "pay as much as you like" o sea, podés pagar por ej. 1usd vs la entrada normal que cuesta usd20. A tener en cuenta!
El impresionismo en su totalidad.
Make sure you check out the Rocky feet at the top of the steps!
Art after 5 on Fridays .. free and always popular. Tables have waiter service.
Stunning museum, made unique by it's installations of entire rooms placing the museum pieces in better context.
Jon & I are enjoying Peter Beets a Pianist from Holland. The band is awesome!
great view of the philly skyline and of course... the Rocky steps/statue.
Reut regev trio at the museum ...
Come checks out the#frankgehry exhibit so you can take a glimpse of what's in store for the #pma in the near future.
My favorite place in Philly. Breathtaking and interesting. Absolutely love.
Love the atmosphere, live music, if you had a long day at work,come to Art After hours,you will definitely unwind.
Pay what you want first Sunday of the month. Btw, Rocky was here.
Membership for students is only $40 per year and you get free access to four museums. Parking is free for the first hour too and $8 for the following four hours!
I love this place the art is awesome each floor is like a journey to old world rediscovered
Famous for its entry stairs (the ones Rocky sprinted up) as well as its massive collection. Work spans from medieval to modern, and its Art After 5 events bring a party feel to the hushed environs.
Sure there's the world-class art downstairs by history's best painters, but don't miss exhibits on the top floor. There's part of a monastery, temple, and a Japanese tea house all INSIDE the museum.